NASA adventurous Visit

A Memorable Trip to NASA for SGVPians  11-28 May 2014

With the inspirations and blessings from Sadgruvarya Shastri Shree Madhavpriyadasji Swami, the ebullient students of SGVP International School (SGVPians) were all geared up for an adventurous trip to NASA, US. 24 students with their educators started their journey to NASA on 11th May 2014.

The budding astronauts explored many places and experienced many exciting moments. They visited the famous Howard University and the well known Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) University to learn about robotics.

The visit to Orlando made them visualize all the beautiful and enjoyable parks which they had only heard about and now got an opportunity to see them live like Disney Land, Sea World, and Universal Studio of Adventure.

They had a thrilling time at Kennedy Space Centre where Ms. Laura Segarra briefed all the students about the Kennedy Spaceship. They also had the privilege of meeting and having a session with the well known NASA astronaut Mr. James Reilly. The energetic SGVPians also had wonderful time learning all about rockets, the different parts of rockets, making of rockets. The launching, operating and flying of rocket was a dream come true for the enlightened ones. They also had a great time with the acquaintance and integration of worldwide students which made them feel like a family. In the end of adventurous – training visit the students were awarded the Graduation Certificates which they proudly possessed.

At last the visit to New York was quite exciting for the students as they saw Central Park, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Times Square Street, World Trade Centre, The Statue Of Liberty, Empire State Building etc. and came back to India on May 28, 2014  with the memorable & enthralling visit to NASA which they would reminiscence and enthuse for years.

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